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Uploaded on Dec 28, 2011
This video displays a true story of environmental pollution in Punjab state and reaction of Punjabis, the poetry singing and laughter empowers this video. Sorry for the sound quality which is not so high, though use of head phones is recommended. I bet you will love it !
About the ceremonies: On 14th March 2011, as by the invitation from EcoSikh organisation; Punjab Eco Friendly Association PEFA organized environment march in the University Campus. The Punjabi University V.C Dr. Jaspal Singh attended to the Kirtan from EcoSikh's Gurbani Compilation, Eak Bageecha in the University Gurdwara with sangat and flagged of the Awareness March from the Gurdwara Gate which ended at Guru Tegh Bahadur Hall. The procession was tuned by singing and displaying environmental slogans by the participants.
A powerful mock act was performed on the current issues of Punjab's environment. This act was the soul of the whole event.
The guests on this occasion; State Vice President PEFA, Advocate Balbir Singh Billing; additional Chief Administrator-PUDA, Amrit Kaur Gill, Advocate Rajpal Chouhan, the Green man of Patiala, Bhagwan Dass Juneja; Coordinator N.S,S Department, S. Paramvir Singh; President International Human Rights Punjab, G.S Cheema; ecoSikh India Project Manager, Ravneet pal Singh were presented Eak Bageecha book and tree saplings.
University PEFA President, Rakeshinder Singh Sidhu, Singer Harjit Harman, Robin Dounkalan, PEFA Aluminis: Advocate Parmvir Singh,Yuvraj Singh , Amanpreet Singh, Snehpreet Singh, Davinder Grewal, Vishal Ghai, Sarbjeet Cheema, Amandeep and others contributed their energies in the event.
The event was concluded with a tea party and painting exhibition and environment based book stall at Guru Tegh Bahadur Hall.